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struts video file upload

prasad guna
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i need guidance for uploading video file to server side with compressing data using struts...


Prasath.G
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prasad guna
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any one can tell how to configure ffmpeg with struts because i am using ffmpeg for video format conversion
but in struts can't possible to handle those things

i need alternative for this video conversion

thanks for advance...
David Newton
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This has nothing to do with Struts, although it might be possible to compress the stream on-the-fly depending on the compression scheme you want to use. How that would be best accomplished would depend on whether you're using Struts 1 or 2, and would require the use of a custom multipart handler.

It'd be easier to handle it after the file is uploaded, which takes it out of the Struts realm.
prasad guna
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thanks newton

i use struts 1.2.9,in video uploading i use (org.apache.struts.upload.FormFile;) class,and i got the file data format in byte[].after its need to convert the .flv format so i use ffmpeg through

how can i pass object data into 'ffmpeg'?
but its through


so what can i use to run this file...

i dont have idea about struts realm so give if that detailed its more help to me...

thanks.....
David Newton
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Not a Struts question; running an external program is a straight Java question--try in the appropriate forum.
 
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